Multi-tasking with mobile phones: Yep, it’s bad for learning

  • TECH
  • Sunday, 22 Apr 2018

Here are Common Sense Media's guidelines for cellphone carrying kids. (Fotolia)

NEW YORK: This might not come as a shock. 

Multitasking with a mobile phone negatively impacts students' lecture recall, reading comprehension, and reading speed, according to a new analysis presented here today at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association. 

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